Can Life Have Meaning in a Random Universe?

Ralph Lewis, Psych Today
Science tells us that life is an accidental by-product in a random universe. Despite many people’s wishful attempts to draw different conclusions from science, make no mistake: science is unequivocal that both the universe and life lack inherent purpose. Ordinary folk have difficulty accepting all this, firstly because they cannot conceive how our complex world could arise spontaneously and unguided, but more especially because the scientific worldview feels nihilistic to them.
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